|Last Update: 05/23/13 - 3:56 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 51.81%|
|Previous Close: $88.23|
|52 Week Range: $45.11 - $88.65|
|Oustanding Shares: 33,868,066|
|Market Cap: 2,988,856,825|
|Qtr (03/13)||Qtr (06/13)||FY (12/13)||FY (12/14)|
|Number of Analysts||9||9||9||9|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||-15.48%||25.25%||26.99%||24.23%|
Two solid manufacturers in the railroad sector have good entry points right now.
General Electric's acquisition of Lufkin may not create great value for investors, Senior Contributor Dan Dicker tells <I>TheStreet's</I> Joe Deaux.
Chicago Bridge & Iron is a solid choice for the infrastructure this will demand.
If there is a 'sector upgrade' that should come from the GE-Lufkin merger, I don’t see it.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that GE is a buy here following news of its acquisition of Lufkin Industries.
LUFK was upgraded from Market Perform to Outperform, Wells Fargo said. Guidance appears achievable.
LUFK was placed on the Top Picks Live list, according to Citigroup. Business demand is improving and the stock has pulled back since earnings. Buy rating and $77 price target.
Drillers' stocks are getting slammed, and nat-gas providers are getting a boost from seasonal demand.
LUFK was initiated with a Buy rating, Dahlman Rose said. $96 price target. Company has solid pricing power, which could drive higher margins.